The last year has had us spending much more time at home, and with it the trend of seasonal holiday décor has been on the increase!
2020 saw Halloween trees in abundance, and Christmas pretty much started 1st November. Easter is no exception. On Instagram, the hashtag #EasterTree has more than 45,000 posts and counting. This is a trend which isn't going away.
If you're not quite ready to dig out the Christmas tree to decorate in a rainbow of pastels, here are some simpler ways to embrace the Easter vibe.
1. Traditional Tree
Easter trees originate in Germany. A small tree with bare branches would be decorated with hanging egg ornaments.
You can recreate this look at home, just like Lil from @lilsbloomsandbakes.
Painted branches adorned with pretty hanging decorations make the perfect centrepiece.
2. Easter Wreath
Who doesn't love a bit of curb appeal?
Spruce up your front door with this beautiful wreath from Big Door Wreath Company. This would also look amazing hanging over a mirror or above a mantel!
This company has a fabulous range of gorgeous wreaths for all seasons, definitely one to have a nose at.
3. Table Settings
Set the scene for Easter lunch with this super simple and cute idea for your table setting.
If bunnies aren't your thing, a single fresh flower on a neatly folded napkin would ooze those spring vibes.
Picture credit Pinterest.
The easiest Easter décor is filling glassware with decorative eggs.
Those empty vases or glass bowls effortlessly create an Easter look with a splash of pastel.
Decorative eggs are Homespun Heath.
Glass trifle bowl from Next.
Bunny mugs are very old Sainsbury's Home.
Prints are a simple way to transition through those ever changing seasons, without the need of a ladder and tangled fairy lights!
You can find this personalised print by clicking here.
If like me, you're all in, dig out the Christmas tree from the attic and shower it in all things Easter.
You can find a vast range of Easter decorations from handmade sellers like myself, and online high street stores.
If you're adding some Homespun Heath Easter goodies to your spring décor this year, be sure to tag me so I don't miss it!